Paris Hilton has detailed her struggles ‘balancing it all’ as a working mom after welcoming son Phoenix and daughter London in 2023.
The reality star, 42, who welcomed her children with husband Carter Reum via surrogate, told CNN that she was learning to turn down work to ensure she could spend as much time with her children as possible.
She said: ‘The one thing is being a working mom and balancing it all, I have a crazy schedule so I am learning to say no and trying to spend as much time as possible with my little ones.’
Giving an update on London, who arrived in November, Paris said: ‘She is doing amazing, my little princess, I feel over the moon, we are so in love with her, my life is so complete now.
‘I feel so complete with my baby boy and baby girl.’
Paris Hilton has detailed her struggles ‘balancing it all’ as a working mom after welcoming son Phoenix and daughter London in 2023 (pictured with her children and husband Carter Reum)
Opening up about the shock arrival of London, Paris, who memorably kept 11-month old Phoenix’s impending birth a secret from her entire family, said: ‘My mom and sister knew but they didn’t know when.’
The heiress wished her 25.9M social media followers a Merry Christmas on Monday with a series of holiday snaps with her ‘beautiful family of four.’
‘Merry Christmas from the Hilton-Reums!’ the blonde beauty exclaimed in an Instagram caption.
‘At the beginning of 2023, I could never have imagined the happiness and gratitude I would feel in this moment ❤️ My beautiful family of four, my fairytale dream come true,’ she continued.
In the snaps, the fabulous foursome dons matching red tartan pajamas while seated on what appear to be the staircase in Paris’ home alongside her little dog who is dressed in a Santa suit.
Baby Phoenix, who turns one this month, showed off two teeth in a few smiley pictures with mom.
Paris previously admitted that having her children via surrogacy was a ‘difficult decision to make’.
The reality star, 42, who welcomed her children with husband Carter Reum via surrogate, told CNN that she was learning to turn down work to ensure she could spend as much time with her children as possible
During the season two premiere of Paris in Love, the socialite opened up about her choice and confessed that she ‘would have loved’ being pregnant.
Because of her life in the spotlight, however, she and her husband, Carter, 42, opted to have their children via surrogacy instead.
‘The surrogacy process, it was definitely a difficult decision to make,’ she explained in the beginning of the debut episode.
The entrepreneur explained: ‘But my life has just been so public.’
She admitted on her reality TV show that she ‘would have loved that experience of growing the baby in your tummy and feeling the kicks and all of those exciting moments.’
Hilton said that out of precaution for their health and safety, she chose to have a surrogate carry and deliver their biological baby Phoenix.
‘So even though the baby is biologically mine and Carter’s, we decided to have a surrogate carry him,’ she explained.
In a confessional, her husband also echoed her concerns about their children’s safety and their family’s future.
She said: ‘The one thing is being a working mom and balancing it all, I have a crazy schedule so I am learning to say no and trying to spend as much time as possible with my little ones’
Last month, Hilton took to her Instagram to announce that she and Reum welcomed a baby girl into their growing family
‘Now having a family with Paris, we want our family to grow up and be normal and not always be known as Paris Hilton’s children,’ he said. ‘We have to think about safety.
‘When we go to the farmer’s market, it’s one thing if someone stops and asks Paris for a photo,’ he continued. ‘It’s a whole other thing with the baby in tow in a stroller.
‘I don’t think we know everything the journey’s gonna throw at us, but we’re just gonna tackle it as we go,’ he added.